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leprechaun. as a matter of fact, in my novel that margaret spoke about, about jazz, in it, billy farrell, who is one of a very large number of characters, is a jazz pianist and before he begins playing a black leprechaun appears to him, mr. mcginniss so you can assume it's the ghost of mr. mcginniss. as margaret said, in 1949 we came to the south bronx, which was an irish neighborhood, mostly. i was sort of a spaced-out kid, destined obviously to be a poet. i was this big at 13 and i was a good rollerskater and the kids were amazed and they befriended me. after a while, they recognized that i had some sort of athletic ability and because i was so spaced out, they mistook it for great courage and if they pushed me, i pushed them back. it was just like a game. so they took to me and asked me to join the shamrocks. i even changed my name from ed vega to ed mcveigh. and this is how they passed me off because most of the teams they played were other irish kids. this was a regular football team so, consequently, they listed me as eddie mcveigh. it was great fun and my friends were jimmy flynn, padd
. >> will farrell is a legend. >> is he a legend? >> hey, everyone, come and show. >> some lie-like it hot. >> do you? >> i always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop. >> oh my god. >> bridesmaid nonstop laughter. >> i'm going to go down to the river. >> i think the best river i have ever seen is probably pop section. >> you are kidding? >> that movie really revolutionized story telling. >> allow me to retort. >> the worst movie you have never seen. >> i never see bad things. >> they are so discerning. >> titanic. keeps sinking. >> you know how it ends? >> yeah. there is so many. we're going to have to agree on mariah carey's glitter. >> he doesn't know what he is saying. he is drunk. who do you think the best actor, actress is out there right now. >> daniel day-lewis. he always kills it. >> i like our chances now. >> carrie grant. >> classic. >> you name it. i did it it? >> maferl streep. i know it's really shocking that i would say that. >> i have done battle every single day of my life. >> jennifer aniston. >> you are talking about the titans of the film industry. you are going to w. jennifer an
himself the task of making a neoclassical ballet using balanchine's own muse, suzanne farrell, and her frequent partner peter martins. the effort of fitting himself into balanchine's mold was costly. "one is up for the knife on opening night," robbins wrote at the ballet's premiere "and i wish i were rabinowitz instead of robbins." only once did i see somebody scream at jerry. it was the first and only time i saw balanchine lose his temper. i remember mr. b. saying to him, "you know, jerry "i give you main hall, i give you choice of dancers "i give you choice of music, i choreograph on what's left over "in lower concourse, in opera studios with bad floors. "i give you everything everything, everything everything," balanchine was red. "and all you do is complain, complain, complain, complain complain, complain complain, complain, complain!" and mr. b. went like this. oh, yeah, he was like this and jerry was like this. and he said to him finally he said, "you know if you don't like it here, get the hell out." jerry, he shrunk and he ran. and i bet you, he went home and h
. if it never farrell's. we have some veteran people. it never fails -- >> we're teach toddlers. >> but sure enough, every year. and why did you keep your children that late. we are sometimes it- tea toddler's... >> what i have a 12 year- old, eight year old, five year-old. and that young son of yours looks like he was exhausted. >> they slept from 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. there are lively. but it happens every year. >> and i'm putting my hands together maybe i roped realize my children and watch but who would watch from home and compose a name like that? compose a letter- evil like that? >> and the, he did not waste waste any time he had 14 seasons at philadelphia but the eagles had a terrible year and the interviewed in kansas city. >> sometimes they do not like the color of your lipstick you will get a very odd comment. >> but when somebody says that you are being mean to your children. i do have feelings. and blabby? [laughter] >> a good coach will blow off the media.. >> stanford had victory at the rose bowl and they're all set up to have this interview and watch. >> you had a lot of highs
of the biggest rains in presenters including george clooney and will farrell. steven spielberg's "lincoln" leads the pack with the list of golden globe nominations with seven, including the best director for spielberg and acting honors for daniel day-lewis you sally field and tommy lee jones. thor is is mony, again, sunday at 8:00 here on nbc four. >>> britian's most famous mom-to-somebody celebrating a birthday today. the duchess of came bridge is now 41678 the former kate middleton won't take part in big events for her birth day. the palace says she is going to mark it in private with her hub business prince william. kate hasn't been seen in public since christmas day. she was hospitalized last month for severe morning sickness. she is said to be in her third month of pregnancy. >>> and beverly dredon, birthday wishes to her. happy birthday. >> happy birthday, bev. >>> coming up, why the fiscal cliff means it may take longer to get the tax refund. >>> should police need a warrant to give suspected drunk drivers a breath test? a live report on the battle between privacy and public safety. >>> a
be partially open -- only be partially opened between stockton and the ellis o'farrell garage. work started three years ago. when it's completed it will run from south of market street through union square and end in chinatown. >> all right, tara -- tara. tori. i was thinking because tara has been in for sal and sal is back. do we have any traffic this morning? >> not a lot, dave. we've had a couple of things but they've cleared right back and we go right back to light traffic. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. i think you will like it very much getting into san francisco. the crowd was there earlier and then it cleared up nicely. and i'm expecting the same for tomorrow and friday. northbound 101 approaching the 80 split. that looks good. if you are driving on 101 heading south it should be a nice drive. we're looking around for any slow traffic we see on the south bay freeways. so far it's lightly traveled. >>> let's go to steve. >> cold, cold, cold for many. frost advisory another hour. freeze rnin the same. on the coast and the city, there's enough of a south wind kind of h
is illogical. >> reporter: peter farrell is considering moving his medical company out of california. while this tax consultant has multiple clients, studying a similar move. >> as soon as prop 30 happened i saw just a huge change in the mind set. it was almost as if, you know, well, that's the, that pushes it to the limit i guess. >> they're fed up with the situation and they feel that, like they're being unfairly treated. >> reporter: these charts show you why. the top 5% of california taxpayers, those over 250,000, pay 62% of state income taxes. the top 2%? pay 46%. while just 34,000 taxpayers out of 14 million, pay 25% of state taxes. these guys aren't dumb. they're studying how to get out legally. two i spoke that that moved, they're saving $300,000 a year in state and property taxes. mickelson would be 6 million. top states, wyoming, washington, nevada. all zero taxes. arizona half as much. lori: wow! what a sad state of affairs. melissa: the weather is only worth so much the people are saying. the beach, i can live without it. forget the mcmansion. it is all about the micro apartment
zarqawi farrell early. at the beginning of 2004 is when we are sure he was there. we started to track his work and of course in the spring of 2004, when fallujaha essentially highlighted the meltdown of iraq, had violence all around the country, but fallujah became the first spot in the country where they held ground, they actually -- al qaeda and the sunni elements that were working with them at that point held at bay coalition and iraqi forces from the city of fallujah for a number of months. at that point it was clear that what they had built not only was farrell passionate but it wasal also extensive -- but it was also extensive. the network worked around most of the country. zarqawi was an interesting role, to get really to the heart of bruce's question, there was a question about -- there was an issue about did he really matter? and the answer is yes, he did. he mattered in a big way. because zarqawi became an organizational leader, he also became an iconic leader. he leveraged both very well. at one point we would watch him move around the country and deal with groups and he was ve
that all americans are treated farrell and equally. that's why it's critical that congress pass the violence against women act re-authorization. since its inception, this act has always been bipartisan. last april the senate passed a strong bipartisan re-authorization bill. unfortunately the measure failed in the house, but it must pass in the 113th congress. the safety and security of american women should never be politicalized and never has been so in the past. it is my hope that we can put the politics of the last election aside and get down to the business of legislating policy for the american people. we must reaffirm our commitment that women in the united states are offered all necessary legal protections. thank you, mr. speaker, and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? -- from illinois seek recognition? without objection, the gentlelady from yim is recognized for one minute -- from illinois is recognized for one minute. >> mr. speaker, i rise today to recognize the sout
that has a strong, sensible gun laws, it's farrell easy for people to get guns in states that have weak gun laws and traffic them onto the streets of new york or los angeles or chicago. and that's what we've seen. so we really need strong federal measures. and most gun owners support this. 74% of n.r.a. members support universal background checks. host: have you -- do you talk regularly with the n.r.a.? do you deal where them regularly at all? do you have a dialogue? guest: we are open to have a dialogue with anyone in candor. the n.r.a. is less open in having a dialogue with us and you saw that they for quite some time refused to meet with the president. eventually met with the task force. but there are members of the n.r.a. which i think is more important, the members of the n.r.a. are reaching us out to and we're reaching out to them and those people are law-abiding, responsible gun owners who want the same things that we want and that families across america want. which are safe communities, safe schools. so that's important. because the n.r.a. really does not speak for gun owners. the
in kind of the worst strange behavior. >> brian: is it like a reality show? >> it's made by peter farrell, who made movies in a similar vein in the past and he says he's making this movie -- let's go to the full screen -- for kids and for people in their 50s who are still smoking dope. so this is an r rated movie, but he's saying we want kids, teen-agers and we want basically burnt out pot smokers this their 50s. that's a great target audience for this movie. >> brian: look at this cast. hally barey, kate winslet, richard gere, uma thurman, jason sedakis. who's who of hollywood? >> jared butler threatening to cut off johnny knoxville's private parts. harry barry blowing out a blind boy's birthday candles. a mother and father who are oppressive home schoolers. and there is some sexual connotations between the father and the son allegedly and the father is hitting on the kid's girlfriend. it's pretty disturbing stuff. and so we say, okay. hollywood, you have nothing to do with the attitudes and the culture in this country at all. when people go nuts and start doing bad things, you say well,
. >> that was brilliant. >> spot-on, brilliant. >> i was a great supporting actor. >> also, the will farrell movie, "the campaign," would that have been nearly as funny without you? i don't think so. >> bizarre news coming out of the 14 st. district congressional race in north carolina. now, get this, cam brady, four-time congressman, punched a baby. >> punched a baby. >> brilliant. brilliant. >> again, i can't even begin. i'm outraged. did any oscar nominations come from those performances? >> none. no supporting actor, nothing. >> we will never forget. and now, wolf's riveting cameo in the blockbuster movie "skyfall," also a snub. but, wolf, if it's any consolation, daniel craig did not get nominated. >> that movie, "skyfall," grossed $1 billion and i was in that key scene. >> and wolf got all of not $1 billion. >> no. >>> all right, maybe next year. i'm going to keep doing these major motion pictures. >>> imagine a car driving up to a fast food restaurant, orders, but then creeps up to the window without a driver. that's exactly what cnn's jeanne moos found. >> reporter: in under five seconds, he can
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